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Learn the top tips for handling complaints and better still how to eliminate them before they start.
This seminar will provide practical guidance on what to look out for in light of the changes to state pensions, discuss how the court should approach pensions in light of pension freedoms and focus on financial remedies on divorce namely the practice of offsetting pensions against non-pension assets.
We commission exclusive articles from leading practitioners and commentators, on all areas of family law and practice
Oxfordshire County Council’s legal team could be saying a permanent goodbye to filing after successfully completing their first ‘paperless’ case.
In the second installment on emotional health for lawyers, Julian Hall takes a look at the behaviours that undermine our sense of wellbeing
You wouldn’t think, in 2017, that a couple would be forced to remain married, long after the marriage was ‘dead in the water’. It certainly appeared that those who wanted a divorce, got a divorce.
Mena Ruparel provides commentary on the impact the spring budget 2017 will have on family lawyers.
Practitioners are increasingly coming across the term ‘parental alienation’. Understandably, many query how these cases differ from any other contact case and whether a different approach is needed.
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
Take part in this webinar to find out what to do when faced with a potential set aside application - as the applicant or the respondent.
This event will provide practical advice on setting up your own firm
The Law Society library maintains a database of enquiries called Common Queries. These include results from research to find forms, precedents, rules, regulations and guidance. These records can be freely accessed via the library catalogue Library Knowledge Base.
The Law Society’s Library lists precedents for bare trusts
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Government says legal aid is available subject to means and merits test.
There are some cases so finely balanced on the finer nuances of law that a judgment could genuinely swing either way.
London firm Bindmans says parents of eight-month-old, who suffers from a rare genetic condition, need time to consider what to do next.
Appeal court judges stress that ruling does not undermine principle of judicial immunity.